Ormond Beach Middle School added to Afterschool Meals Program
DELAND – Volusia County Schools has added Ormond Beach Middle School to its Afterschool Meals Program for Thursdays only.
The Afterschool Meals Program provides free, nutritious meals to students at schools with a free and reduced meals percentage of at least 50% that also have after-school programs with supervised enrichment programs or activities. The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is administered in Florida by the Department of Health, Bureau of Child Care Food Programs. The program is scheduled to run through December 18.
Students must be enrolled in an enrichment program, such as Extended Day, tutoring, school clubs, or athletic programs at an eligible school to receive a supper meal.
Two types of meals are offered: a traditional hot meal, or a grab-and-go meal, called a Power Pack. The type of meal at each school depends on the type of school program and the available staff.
With this new school added, VCS now has 42 elementary schools, three middle schools, and four high schools participating in the Afterschool Meals Program.
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